Drivers crossing the Golden Gate Bridge got an unusual view Wednesday morning when an RV crashed into a booth on the toll plaza, trapping the two occupants inside, officials said.No one sustained serious injuries when the large white vehicle crashed into the toll booth shortly before noon, but the only door to the vehicle was ripped off in the impact, and the vehicle was wedged into the toll booth, leaving the occupants unable to get out, according to the California Highway Patrol.CHP officers, Golden Gate Bridge workers and firefighters from the Southern Marin Fire District responded to the scene and extracted the RV in less than an hour, according to CHP.
NYS Entity Status
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APRIL 18, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - GOLDEN GATE INTERNATIONAL INC.
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- RV gets wedged in Golden Gate Bridge toll booth
By Filipa Ioannou - Thursday Aug 3, 2017
- Man wounded in shooting near Golden Gate Park
By Filipa Ioannou - Thursday Aug 3, 2017
A man was wounded in a shooting Thursday outside the eastern end of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco police said.The shooting happened at 2:30 p.m., about half an hour before three people were wounded in a shooting in Dolores Park, but police said the two incidents did not appear to be related.The victim in the shooting at Haight and Stanyan streets by Golden Gate Park suffered wounds that are not believed to be life-threatening, said police spokesman Officer Robert Rueca.
- Amazon Cloud Customers Are Told: Don't Bypass China's Internet Gates
Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
Amazon.com Inc.’s web service partner in China, Beijing Sinnet Technology Co., has told Amazon cloud-computing customers to delete software tools that allow them to bypass China’s internet filters.
- Golden Gate Bridge climbers go from daredevils to defendants
By Steve Rubenstein - Friday Aug 18, 2017
Two young Wisconsin daredevils were hit with charges of trespassing this week stemming from their climb in April to the top of the Golden Gate Bridge’s north tower — a stunt after which they posted video online of them dangling high over the roadway. Peter “Teatime” Kurer, 18, and Thomas Rector, believed to be in his 20s, were ordered to appear for arraignment in San Rafael on Sept. 12 on charges of trespassing and climbing a toll bridge, both misdemeanors, Marin County District Attorney Edward Berberian said Thursday.
- Golden Gate Bridge 75th Party! Fog, You Say?
Wednesday May 23, 2012
San Francisco is planning a party this weekend for the 75th anniversary of America's favorite bridge. But what happens if nobody can see the famous orange spires? WSJ's Geoffrey Fowler takes a look at the contingency plans so tourists won't be left in a sea of fog.
- Golden Gate Bridge lawsuit: Daredevils climbed span for viral fame
By Kurtis Alexander - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Two thrill-seekers who enjoyed a moment of Internet fame this spring when they scaled the Golden Gate Bridge’s 746-foot north tower and then released footage of themselves performing death-defying stunts atop the iconic span are being sued by the bridge authority.The Golden Gate Bridge district’s lawsuit in Marin County Superior Court alleges that Peter “Teatime” Kurer, 18, and Thomas Rector, who is in his 20s, not only trespassed and created a safety nuisance but sought to enrich themselves by filming their escapade and sharing it on social media.Bridge officials said Friday that the men put “personal profit and gain” ahead of common sense and safety and that the district was compelled to act.“We take security very seriously at the Golden Gate Bridge and those who break the rules will face consequences,” said Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District Deputy General Manager Steve Miller in an email to The Chronicle.The suit claims that the two intentionally dodged security cameras, allowing their actions to go undetected — at least until they posted footage weeks later.“Teatime and his associate Rector senselessly put the lives of themselves and others in serious jeopardy to exploit the San Francisco Bay Area’s most iconic landmark for their own publicity, expand their own Internet and social media presence and achieve fame and, relatedly, monetary profit,” the suit reads.The civil action, filed Aug. 2, alleges unjust enrichment, unfair business practices and unfair competition as well as trespass and public nuisance.The California Highway Patrol is pursuing a separate criminal investigation of the ascent.